Saturday, September 15, 2012

Self Repairing Car

A Car that repairs itself!?

The Audi A9 Concept Car Repairs Itself, Changes Body Color!

This is Audi A9 concept from the reputed Spanish designer Daniel Garcia who has Ducati 6098 R concept and many other to his credit.

Daniel’s A9 concept is a low emission hybrid vehicle for the future. A9 concept features a single-piece windscreen and its roof is formed from nanotechnology material that has a unique automatic-system that repairs damage and can also be adjusted for colors and opacity.

Also, the vehicle flaunts the unique ‘electronic painting’ system that allows the owner to change the color with the touch of a button. The concept is proposed to be powered by an advanced hybrid setup which uses an internal combustion engine working in conjunction with four in-wheel electric motors.


  1. I own a small business for several years now, and I think this can really help improve my company and expand for the next year.

    windscreen repair caroline springs

  2. This is a very interesting car! I read that it will be released in the year 2014. With its elegance and impressive features, I have no doubt that it will be a hit by then. I just hope it will not outclass Batman’s Batmobile, LOL!

    Carry Bacot

  3. That’s an interesting car concept. With the development of nanotechnology in terms of speed recovery and internal maintenance of complex machinery, this might not be too far off into the future. The auto repair feature would definitely be a great addition to any car, and the option to change the color of the car at the touch of a button is just icing to the cake.

    Enoch Ross

  4. So the auto-repair function will be on the chassis only? It would have been a good idea if they used the nanotechnology to help engines deteriorate slower than the current ones do, maybe by helping clean the interior to ensure cleaner emissions and overall engine efficiency.


  5. It's too bad most people won't be able to afford it.


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